Biggest psyop was on Germany

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Really interesting interview if you like another take on the last 100 years of history surrounding Germany. I hear many themes that Blue Moon has brought up in the past here.

Thomas Sheridan is an author, artist, musician, satirist and independent researcher, best known for the book, Puzzling People: the Labyrinth of the Psychopath, along with his writings on socio-cultural engineering, propaganda and the influence of late Victorian occult societies and policy think-tanks upon the creation of both Fascism and Bolshevism, and the paralysing shadow these aristocratically created and cultivated symbiotic ideologies have cast upon the face of humanity. In the first hour,

* Duration 1:04h, Play Position: 38:13

* Published 7/7/14 2:29:48 PM

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* Podcast Feed: Red Ice Radio (…)

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2 thoughts on “Biggest psyop was on Germany

  1. Blue Moon

    I’ve listened to Thomas Sheridan many times in the past- He’s the primary source for the popular definition of the psychopath bandied about on the alter-nets these days- My only real beef with him is that he shades a lot of his scholarship with apocalyptic doom and it stains his otherwise excellent research- He’s at heart an entertainer (another musician!) so he dresses up his presentations with a little bit of fire and brimstone, though he’s no Alex Jones, thank the gods-
    In this Red Ice episode, both guest and host seemed to imply a possibility that WWII might not be what we’ve been told it was but, alas, though Sheridan seems to be inching closer to admitting there are hoaxes out there, his big picture analysis is still stuck in a mystifying fog of “magic” and whatnot- I wonder if he listens to Fakeologist Radio- Ab, maybe you could try and have him on sometime-

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